Our home is the first place where we can make some changes, both large and small, to help in the fight against climate change, and to create and preserve a more sustainable world. Saving the planet begins in the kitchen with our choice to replace single-use paper products with greener alternatives; reducing energy usage with smart appliances; avoiding harmful chemicals in kitchen cleaning products; and our attempts to reduce food waste by adopting new habits.

Today, forward-thinking companies are aware that conscious consumers want products from renewable resources that won’t harm the environment; products made from materials that will do the job well, and will ultimately biodegrade or be composted and return to the earth. We can support these enterprises by purchasing their products and giving them a try. It is surprising how easy it is to make the switch to a green home, one bamboo paper towel at a time…

Pros and cons of induction cooktops and ranges from Consumer Reports

  • Scared of Induction? It’s Going to be OK. More here.

 5 Things You Need To Know Before you Buy.


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Food Huggers®

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Recycled Glassware

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